Reporter: Chinese newspapers have recently reported that the Chinese Government has directed its state businesses to refrain from submitting bids on any new projects in Vietnam. Is this move troublesome?
Deputy PM: If Chinese contractors choose not to bid on projects, the consequences to Vietnam will be inconsequential, as bids from other foreign contractors will remain unaffected. The decision really has no effect on Vietnam’s economy.
Reporter: Many people suspect many Chinese investors may disregard the ban on bidding because of the adverse financial consequences they may incur as a result. What do you think about that?
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